Albanian justice in mourning! The well-known lawyer of our country passed away at a young age, she needed a marrow transplant abroad, Adriatik Lapaj gives the sad news: I will miss her a lot!
The weather surprise for tomorrow, what is expected to happen with the temperatures
Pascal Milo seriously accuses the prime minister: Rama lied in the statement he made in Israel, this is what it is about
The man killed the woman with the baby in her belly, shocks the journalist and raises strong questions
Dramatic evening! Messi "KOs" Mexico, Argentina "takes" Poland to the next stage
Murder of a 35-year-old pregnant woman by her husband, urgent call: Women and girls, we are in danger
The protest of December 6, PD clarifies the scenario: How will we face Edi Rama, here is what is expected to happen
Tragedy/ She never got to meet the baby, here are the last words of the 35-year-old before she was killed by her husband: By this child that I have, I am born tonight...
When will Russia end the War in Ukraine on May 9? Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reveals Putin's decision
Written by SOT.COM.AL 2 Maj 2022
Russia does not intend to end the war in Ukraine until Victory Day, which is marked on May 9, said the country's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Speaking to Italian media Mediaset, he said Moscow would not rush to end the so-called "special military operation" until that date.
"May 9 marks the surrender of Nazi Germany to allied forces - including the then Soviet Union - in 1945." Our army will not artificially adapt its actions to any date, including Victory Day, "Lavrov said. "The pace of the operation in Ukraine depends, first of all, on the need to minimize any danger to the civilian population and to Russian military personnel," he added.
Russia usually marks Victory Day with a large military parade in central Moscow and a speech by President Vladimir Putin saluting his country's leading role in defeating fascism in Europe. But this year 's celebrations come in the shadow of the Russian occupation of Ukraine, which Putin has justified with claims that his neighbor must be "denazified" and "demilitarized" to save the Russian - speaking population there.
Thousands of civilians have been killed and millions displaced from Ukraine since Russia launched its occupation on February 24. Russia has said more than a thousand of its soldiers have been killed, but Ukraine claims Russia's losses are far greater. The West has strongly condemned Moscow's action and has imposed a series of sanctions on it, while Kiev is helping with weapons.